Indochina War

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Indochina Wars - The Second Indochina War
... The Second Indochina War, commonly known as the Vietnam War, pitted the recently-successful Communist Vietnam People's Army (VPA or PAVN, but also ... Because there was no declaration of war, there is much disagreement as to when the war began, but two events commonly cited are the first arrival of United States advisors in ... During the War, the North Vietnamese transported most of their supplies via the Ho Chi Minh Trail (known to the Vietnamese as the Truong Son Trail, after the Truong Son mountains), which ran through ...
Chronology of The Laotian Civil War - 1953–54: First North Vietnamese Invasion & French Defeat
... its conflict with the Kingdom of Laos thus beginning the civil war and technically the Second Indochina War while the First Indochina War was still going ... loss at Dien Bien Phu marked the end of the First Indochina War the French were driven to negotiate for peace ... The Agreement radically changed the geography of Indochina ...
Concentration Camps In France - After World War II - Indochina War
... camps were used to receive French from Indochina following the end of the Indochina War in 1954, as well as approximatively 9,000 Hungarian refugees ... refugees were better treated than French from Indochina) ...
Ancient Vietnam - Republic (from 1945) - Communist North & Capitalist South (1945 – 75)
... Democratic Republic of Vietnam, State of Vietnam, and Republic of Vietnam Main articles War in Vietnam (1945–1946), First Indochina War, and Vietnam War Japan's defeat by the Allies of ... Full-scale war broke out between the Việt Minh and France in late 1946 and the First Indochina War officially began ... France finally persuaded to relinquish its colonies in Indochina in 1954, when Vietnamese forces defeated the French at Dien Bien Phu ...

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